ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:Textbook: “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings”Minimum of 1 peer-reviewed library resource for initial postIntroductionGabriel García Márquez uses magical realism in his short stories to blend reality and fantasy so there is no distinction between the two. In, “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings,” Márquez shows the audience how to tell a fairytale or folk tale in a truthful manner while including the “magic” of angels.Initial Post InstructionsThe word, “allegories,” in the headnote presents a challenge to you, as the reader of this story. Like the crabs that come into the house from some alien realm, the “flesh-and-blood angel” constitutes an intrusion of sorts – something strange and unfathomable into a world of comfort, a world of reality. No individual in the story can quite “define” the winged visitor.Is Márquez’s fallen angel a fairytale, a myth, or an allegory? When answering, make sure to use specific illustrations from the text to support your answer.Do NOT use Sparksnotes, eNotes, Wikipedia, or similar websites, as these are not academic in nature. If you do so, you will earn an automatic F. Your discussion may be submitted to Turnitin, so please use the University library or .org and .edu resources.